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Nat Turner in Jerusalem at Hibernian Hall (Jan. 30-Feb. 24)

Nat Turner led a slave revolt that shocked the country in August of 1831. The evening before Turner is scheduled to be executed, he and attorney Thomas R. Gray, the recorder of his confessions, confront what has passed and what the future may hold. Full of rich imagery, this politically timely story explores morality, freedom, spirituality, and one man’s convictions.


Sparks for the Arts shines bright!

November 8th was a SPARK-tacular evening celebrating Jeanne Pinado’s 20th anniversary as CEO at MPDC and paying homage to Hibernian Hall’s stalwart support of arts & culture in Roxbury. Over 200 people joined us for a beautiful event which included remarks from Mayor Marty Walsh who praised Jeanne’s contributions to the neighborhood and the city, […]


Roxbury Stringfest

Voci Angelica performs world music for the Roxbury Stringfest with Boston City-Wide String Orchestra and City Strings United at Hibernian Hall!


Unto This House: The King of Kings is Born

Hibernian Hall and Witherspoon Institute (WIN) presents a holiday musical with original script and songs by Alda Witherspoon. Unto This House: The King of Kings is Born is directed by Trindad Ramkissoon with musical direction by John Kelly. Co-choreography by Jose Gonzalez and Diaman-Victoria Wood, and dance director Maylisa Chandler. Costume design by Ethel Sykes. […]